Hotline is the sixth studio album by American rock band The J. Geils Band. The album was released on September 9, 1975, by Atlantic Records. The intro of "Believe in Me" also became the intro tune to the German Rockpalast rock events. Peter Wolf - lead vocals. Magic Dick - harmonica. Seth Justman - keyboards. Producers: Bill Szymczyk, Allan Blazek, Seth Justman. Engineers: Allan Blazek, Bill Szymczyk, David Thoener. Mastering: Alex Sadkin.
After the release of their first two albums and keeping a busy show schedule, it was The J. Geils Band's third album Bloodshot which was the first commercial breakthrough for the band, reaching on the Billboard 200 album charts in the United States in 1973 and spawning the single "Give It to Me", which went to in the Billboard Charts.
The J. Geils Band is the self-titled debut album by American rock band The J. Geils Band, released in 1970 (see 1970 in music). First I Look at the Purse" is one of the songs featured in Nick Hornby's book 31 Songs. Ice Breaker (For the Big "M")" (J. Geils) – 2:15. Cruisin' for a Love" (Juke Joint Jimmy) – 2:32. Hard Drivin' Man" (Wolf, Geils) – 2:18. Serves You Right to Suffer" (John Lee Hooker) – 5:01.
Album · 2003 · 18 Songs. 9. I Do. J Geils Band. 13. I Can't Believe You. 15. Till the Walls Come Tumbling Down.
Flame Thrower (Минус) J. Geils Band, The. 4:56. You're The Only One Geils (The J. Geils Band). Wreckage Geils (The J. Surrender Geils (The J. Somebody Geils (The J. So Good Geils (The J. Monkey Island Geils (The J. I'm Not Rough Geils (The J. I'm Falling Geils (The J. I Do Geils (The J. The Usual Place The J. Piss On The Wall The J. You're The Only One The J. Cruisin' For A Love (Live Album Version) The J. On Borrowed Time The J. Geils Band started as an acoustic blues trio in the mid 1960s with singer and guitarist John Geils, bassist Danny. Geils Band were coming off a commercially dead period when they decided to play up the keyboards on 1978's Sanctuary. When it proved to be somewhat of a success, they crammed even more g keys onto their next album, 1980's Love Stinks. The LP's first single, the Eurodisco-inspired "Come Back," became their highest-charting song in six years. Centerfold" (see No. 3 on our list of the Top 10 J. Geils Band Songs) was still hugely popular when the title track of the J. Geils Band's only No. 1 album was pulled as the second single. It reached the Top Five, too. Like many of the band's '80s songs, "Freeze-Frame" replaces the gritty R&B of the group's early days with a glossy pop sheen ready-made for Top 40 radio.